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Man charged with break in

Staff report
A Salisbury man as been charged with an attempted break in at the Stop & Go Food Store at 530 W. Cemetery St.
Salisbury Police charged Jermick Ricks, 28, of 116 W. Lafayette St. after he was caught with burglary tools behind the business,
Officer A.D. Safrit responded to a report of a person the roof of the building just after midnight Tuesday morning.
Safrit found Ricks behind the building and after a brief foot chase, caught and arrested him.
In addition to felony breaking and entering, he is also charged with felony possession of burglary tools, second degree trespass and resisting an officer.
Other arrests or incidents reported to police on Sept. 15:
– Michael M. Hollingsworth of Club House Drive, reported the theft of four bicycles between 10 p.m. on Sept. 14 and 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 15.
– Darrell Duane Wilson, 28, of Church St. reported his air conditioner stolen between 2:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 15.
– Walter Ladell, 803 N. Lee St. reported the theft of two dog statues from his residence.

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